Sprint has just launched the Samsung Restore messaging phone, a new offering that besides being stuffed full of features, remains unharmful to the environment due to the use of recyclable materials. This follows the Samsung Reclaim as the company’s second eco-friendly messaging phone.
The Sprint Samsung Restore banks on two main features: one being its status as an environmentally friendly handset, and the other being its usefulness for not only communication, but also entertainment. It comes with a full QWERTY keyboard that can be slid out from behind it for typing out those long messages, but it also has a standard alphanumeric keyboard up front, just below its 2-inch screen.
Around the back, you’ll find a 2-megapixel camera, and there’s also a microSD card slot (that supports up to 32GB), music player as well as stereo Bluetooth onboard. One Click access to social networking sites like Facebook, MySpace, Twitter and YouTube make it even sweeter.
It does all this while being made of 84 percent recyclable material and being 100 percent recyclable itself. If this phone has got you interested, you can get one as soon as it ships during the summer for as low as $50 with a contract after a $50 rebate.
Via Press release
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